Nahwärmenetze optimieren Schloss Lauterbach - Energieberatung München

Woodchip heating system at Castle Lauterbach

For the heat supply in the castle of Lauterbach, which has been owned by the von Hundt family since the 15th century, eta Energieberatung was commissioned a few years ago to plan a wood chip heating system and connected local heating network. The old oil heating system was replaced by a wood chip heating system, which was also used to supply a neighbouring house with heat.
The now outdated wood chip heating system has now been replaced by a new model. For this measure the appropriate subsidies were researched and applied for.

Key data

Silva Tec GmbH & Co. KG / Schloss Lauterbach

A forestry family business with a tradition of over three hundred years.

Industry sector

Privatinvestoren

Project location

Lauterbach

Target group

Private investors, housing companies

Keywords

Local heating network, heating plant, biomass, consulting on subsidies, feasibility study, wood chip boiler, retrofit

Customer benefits

With the help of subsidies, the plant was brought up to the latest state of the art. This means that several properties can continue to be supplied with heat efficiently and in an environmentally friendly manner on the basis of regenerative energies.

Biomasse-Heizwerk auf Schloss Lauterbach

Terms of reference

The Hundt family intended to replace the existing wood chip boiler with a new one with a capacity of 200 kW. For this measure subsidies should be applied for (BioKlima, BAFA/KfW). The client was also supported as requested in the preparation of the application documents (project description, filling out application forms, etc.).

Let us help you to realize your concepts!

We would be happy to advise you on the planning of your heating and accommodation concepts. In doing so, we will also tell you what specific opportunities you have to take advantage of the corresponding subsidy programmes.

Together with you, we will then also implement the concept.

Call me without obligation or send me an e-mail.

Kathrin Merkert

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